TV and American Culture Mid-Term study sheet

TV and American Culture Mid-Term study sheet - Programming...

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Programming Exchange : Production : Networks: Sports, news, co-production, major events, talk shows Film Studios: Sitcoms, dramas, some talk shows Local studios: Local news, community events, local ads Cable channels: Regional sports, channel-designed programming Distribution : Networks: TV distributors over airwaves Syndicators: Sell programming to local affiliates -First-run syndication: Game shows, talk shows, etc -Previous-run syndication: Re-runs (usually network hits) Cable Channels Transmission : Local stations (affiliates or independents) Cable companies/DBS satellite -Many media conglomerates are integrated Integration: Shuts down need to open up to outside media services and allows for synergy (cross-promotion) Vertical intgrtion: Companies own all parts of TV development Horizontal intgrtion: Companies own other facets of media outside TV Affiliation: Local stations contract w/ major network and carry network programming along with local news and syndicated
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